Information systems are created to help achieve the goals and objectives of the organization by integrating them with information technology. The organization restructures its goals and objectives around the essential processes that define the organization’s existence and sequential survival. The result is the flattening of the organizational structure into essential processes — eliminating the traditional hierarchy of bureaucratic divisions, departments, or sections. Integrating recent trends in the business organization field with an effective IS methodology is a critical success factor for an organization. The horizontal corporation is an approach for all types of organizations — public or private, profit or nonprofit, corporate or sole proprietorships, large or small. An organization model can be created to facilitate the process of evaluating activities within each information system, and to establish an effective decision support system for management. Integrating information systems technology into the corporate organizational structure requires the support of both senior management and lower-level personnel if it is to be successful.